The BCCI medical team will be planning the safety protocols.© AFP
The Board of Keep an eye on for Cricket in India (BCCI) will hold its all-important 89th Annual General Assembly (AGM) in Ahmedabad on December 24. The BCCI secretary informed the state bodies on Tuesday that the Sardar Patel Stadium in Motera would be the venue of the assembly. There will be RT-PCR tests on December 22 and the results will arrive on the 23rd maintaining a tally of the safety protocols.
In the mail, accessed by ANI, the secretary wrote: “The Board of Keep an eye on for Cricket in India (BCCI) will conduct its 89th Annual General Assembly (AGM) on Thursday, 24th December 2020. The Office Bearers have determined that the an important assembly will take place at Ahmedabad’s Sardar Patel Stadium, Motera. “As you are aware that our long-drawn battle against COVID-19 has not ended yet, the BCCI medical team has chalked out a detailed plan for everyone’s safety and wellbeing. While we gather to take inventory of the season gone by and look at the street ahead, it is crucial that we do not let our guard down. “The pandemic has unleashed unprecedented challenges but we have done our best to ride this tide. With your unflinching make stronger and cooperation, we were in a position to pull off a tournament of the magnitude of the IPL. Time has now come to receive back on our feet and renew our cricketing operations at home. I firmly imagine that with discussion and dialogue, we can turn the corner.”
The AGM was once earlier postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
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